California to vote on whether or not to change to open primaries.
Gail Collins is concerned about the growing role of personal wealth in politics.
David Einhorn is troubled by the growing debt.
So that’s what smells.
Peter Suderman is skeptical of the CBO report lauding the stimulus.
William Loeffler waves goodbye to metrosexuals.
Citigroup is in trouble.
Marc Lynch identifies al-Qaeda as far and away the number one security threat.
Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez fingers rapid constitutional adjustments as a source of Latin American instability.
Andrew Brown views Stieg Larsson’s books as reflective of a loss of confidence in the welfare state.
Esther Dyson throws out some plans for NASA’s revitalization.
David Anderson has been impressed by David Cameron’s ability to harness momentum.
Apple passes Microsoft.
Lynn Hirschberg’s scathing profile of M.I.A. seems to have struck a nerve (perhaps because it includes the sentence ““I kind of want to be an outsider,” she said, eating a truffle-flavored French fry.”)**ON THIS DAY:**
Oscar Wilde was imprisoned for sodomy in 1895.
Henry Kissinger was born in 1923.
John Calvin died in 1564.